Constitutional amendment

Definition of "Constitutional amendment"
  1. A modification to the U.S. Constitution that requires a two-thirds majority vote in both the House and Senate, followed by approval from three-quarters of state legislatures
How to use "Constitutional amendment" in a sentence
  1. The 19th Constitutional amendment granted women the right to vote.
  2. The process of passing a Constitutional amendment is complex and requires widespread support.
  3. The proposal for a new Constitutional amendment faced a lengthy journey towards ratification.

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